We looked inside some of the tweets by @Millstranded and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Parent: “Hey lovely, what did you do today at school” kid: “we squealed in delight watching dolphins, real ones!” Parent: “yeah right” Kid: “...”. Honestly @Millstranded this is beautiful!!! #getoutdoors #outdoorlearning @playboard_ https://t.co/7E4kqgyQJq
Schools are back & we all need time outside in nature. There are so many schools doing inspiring things with growing food @ddoherty684 @cheftonymulgrew @BallycraigyPS so just want to remind everyone of @CCEA_info brilliant resource https://t.co/cLGnnubJVp. There's me in a video! https://t.co/pTel8m5VN9
5 yr old son has Covid symptoms, tried booking every 10 mins since Weds afternoon - 3 days later and I still can't book a test somewhere I can get to and no home testing kits available. I'm also on the ECV list & was a shielder. What is going on @MattHancock?
I've said all along the two best defences for schools to open safely are low rates of community infections & an effective testing regime to help identify & trace chains of infection in schools. Our political leaders must step up to protect the health & education of pupils. https://t.co/NWhTNiJUKw
@naturalistdara Brilliant- congratulations 👏👏👏
- not requested - not discussed - not workload assessed - not contextualised - not deliverable Principals accept that things are moving at pace but to drop this into inboxes on a Saturday afternoon shows a disregard for principals’ welfare that is more than disappointing. https://t.co/DwaCwLihd7
This is the most unbelievably stupid thing I’ve ever seen. This is not managed testing procedures. And schools have enough on their plates. Can we please have some structure in our processes? #COVID19 https://t.co/oPz3ZwLHY4
Word of the day (again) is 'ipsedixitism': the dogmatic insistence that something is a 'fact' without providing any supporting evidence.
Word of the day is 'ipsedixitism': the dogmatic insistence that something is a 'fact' without providing any supporting evidence. Why is there so much of it around these days? https://t.co/wD5wQFXOsw